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guitar, vsts and fl for the beat. Not sure what to do with this, comments would be a great


Nothing short of amazing.

Holy crap, this song is brilliant. Loved all the atmospheric sounds in this one. Only thing that I disliked were the drums. They didn't really blend well with the song. It was repetitive, but since it was just a really awesome melody, it never got old.


pitbulljones responds:

Thanks for the review man, glad you liked it, yea thee's quite a few faults on this but also some wonderful elements too, tis repetitive and the drums aint perfect, you never know i may come back to this.

i see you seem to follow a template..

when you make songs.. starting out with strings doesnt always work - you should try and diversify a bit.. maybe use different instruments.. this is kinda of odd.. kindbastardish a bit..well more crud actually.. and reversed percussion.. nice use of panning.. I like how it increases in intensity nad decreases - giving the illusion of a 3d circle in the head.. that involves a bit of work - dunno if it was intentional on your part :p

I don't think you really need to add anything to this song - it's pretty cool the way it is :P


pitbulljones responds:

Haha chron' sussed me lol. nah im using these strings alot at the mo as hey sound really nice, though im probably overkilling em atm. just laziness on my side i suppose. nice compliments regarding the style, KB is very much a legend in my eyes so if it sounds anything like him im touched. i've lost you on the 3d circle thing, tho there is some 3d panning on this track, i dunno.

thank you yet again, i will peruse your page soon mate.

Excellent blend of sounds and beats.

This title goes outside the boundries of typical Indie in my opinion, and the long prolong does justice. Excellent work.

pitbulljones responds:

haha, i'd like you to define indie then matre. it's all ive ever know tbh. i suppose im one thats errs on the liminal of music rather than its centre, i try to be different or at least create something different. thanks for your review.

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hehe, nice wacky synth work. like the reverse reverb type thing on 1 of the early synths. hmmm, yeh, is pretty well done, is something a bit too predictable
about it... think it is just the chord progression really... i think it might benefit from dropping into a completely contrasting section... but what do i know:/

pitbulljones responds:

hey ped' nah you're pretty much spot on with everything you said here. the chord progression is fairly predictable, tried and tested, but predictable. the reversed reveb thing you're referring to im sure is a guitar with delay on it just playing singluar notes n tempo sync. it's been mentioned a fair few times it needs a B section this track. one day it'll get it. cheers mate

"...the essence of hallucinated ambience."

What to see? Another masterful Pitbulljones. This track really gave me peace of mind. Great melody... kind of reminds me of William Orbit. Go get his album "Pieces in a Modern Style" and you'll see what I mean. I guess I'm too tired to write more... this is just such a masterpiece. But in utmost seriousness- this track is the essence of hallucinated ambience. There are no sound effects of cars, but just the implying title causes you to IMAGINE you are hearing cars, and seeing them.

Keep up the good work,

-Proudly played on the g9core.com Audio Podcast Episode #14-

pitbulljones responds:

wow, thanks man. i didn't expect it to have THAT much affect on anyone, anyways im glad you liked it man. i shall hopefully be appearing on your podcast again soon.

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3.64 / 5.00

Aug 14, 2006
5:47 PM EDT
File Info
3.5 MB
5 min 4 sec

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